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Big Middle East wars are often catastrophic for global oil supplies. This makes sense. The Middle East accounts for more than 40% of global oil exports. So, a big conflict in the Middle East often triggers a big spike in the price of oil. Take the 1973 “oil shock,” for example. Oil prices suddenly spiked… […]
As tensions between the US and Russia continue to escalate, the US is barreling full speed toward a major, unprecedented crisis.
If the Saudis don’t stop flooding the market, they won’t be shooting themselves in the foot…but in the head.
A perfect way to distract people from the sputtering economy and shrinking civil liberties.
The Turkish government responded to the leaking of its senior officials plotting a false flag operation in Syria by throwing a childish fit, futilely trying to block YouTube and Twitter. Here’s how you can ensure that no government can pull the plug on your digital life.